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Inclusive Entrepreneurship Policies, Country Assessment Notes
Academic Director of CenSE, Dr. Johan Lambrecht, and CenSE researcher Dr. Wouter Broekaert prepared the latest OECD note on inclusive entrepreneurship policies in Belgium. Cynthia Lavison and David Halabisky (OECD CFE) edited the note under the direction of Dr. Jonathan Potter (OECD CFE).
Agile for tomorrow: recruiting talent post-corona
We have experienced, in the past year, that change can happen even faster than we thought. But also that inquisitiveness and agility are crucial. With a 5-part series, Cevora takes a close look at some major trends for the future of learning and working in just as many months. In the 5th and final part, Bart Henssen, head of CenSE, talks about the post-corona labor market dynamics.
Webinar: Work & Family: How to support and motivate experienced employees?
The combination of work & family has only become more challenging. Experienced employees also have several care tasks at home in addition to their work. This leads to specific challenges that have become even more prominent since the corona crisis.
To help you as a manager or HR manager in supporting these employees, the Kenniscentrum Gezinswetenschappen and the Center for Sustainable Entrepreneurship are organizing a webinar on 18/05 from 9:30 am to 10:15 am. This webinar is part of the ESF project 'De Sandwichcoach'.
In this short, but powerful webinar we want to create awareness about the challenges of the sandwich generation, but also generate insights into the relationship with outcomes for employees and for the organization, after this we also provide the opportunity to ask questions. Afterwards, you can also register without obligation for a follow-up session, which we will organize later this spring.
Invitation webinar: Sustainable jobs thanks to a circular transition
The circular economy is on the rise. The applications are becoming more and more numerous and diverse. And that also applies to jobs!
In the ESF project S-Circel, the Province of East Flanders, Odisee Hogeschool, The Circular Hub and SBCM are investigating what opportunities the circular economy offers to help people at a distance from the labor market find a sustainable job.
Thursday April 29 (1:30 pm - 3:00 pm) we are organizing a webinar to explain the project and the possibilities to participate. We also let a few interested organizations speak and are happy to answer all your questions. We also take a look at the next steps.
Inequality in the labor market due to COVID?
Head of CenSE Bart Henssen and researcher Tim Gielens contributed to a theme issue about corona measures in the Journal for Labor Issues.
They contributed to an essay on the COVID-19 crisis and inequality in the labor market.
New book about inclusive HRM
CenSE researcher Tim Gielens and head of CenSE Bart Henssen contributed to the book by colleague Bart Moens about inclusive HRM as a compass.
Online International Teacher Training - Sustainable Devevelopment & SDGs in Vocational Education
How do I prepare my students for a changing world? How can I use sustainability competences and the SDGs in my teaching practice? How do I help build a sustainable school as a teacher? Curious?
This training is already over, but if you want to be kept informed of similar training in the future, please send an email to email@example.com.
CenSE researchers provide webinar during Unizo's digital Thursdays
Katja Verbeeck (UCE - User Centered Electronics & ICT) and Saskia Vanden Eede (CenSE - Center for Sustainable Entrepreneurship), give a number of practical, usable tips based on their learnings from the 'Start2AIM' and 'Data Smart Entrepreneurship' projects.
The impact of business difficulties on the entrepreneur's family
The corona crisis has a major impact on entrepreneurs and their companies. But what is the impact on the entrepreneur's family when business difficulties arise? Read all about it in the report that CenSE and KULeuven wrote in collaboration with UGent.